Apple to launch camera-focused Pro iPhones, new iPads, larger MacBook Pro.
Apple is planning to launch three new iPhones, as it has done each year since 2017. Seems like, iPhone Pro models to succeed the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR, as per Bloomberg reports.
The iPhone maker, Apple is weeks away from revamping its most important products, iPhone Pro, Larger Macbook Pro, New iPads.
Apple is readying a clutch of new hardware for the coming weeks and months, including iPhone Pro, upgrades to iPads and its largest laptop in years.
Mac Pro, Pro Display, iPhone 11, Apple Watch in Titanium and Ceramic, 16” MacBook Pro, iPad 7, and iPad Pros could all be arriving this fall.— Michael Kukielka (@DetroitBORG) August 21, 2019
Furthermore, the California-based technology giant, Apple is planning to announce three new iPhones at an event next month, according to people aware of the situation.
The handsets will likely go on sale in September, contributing to fiscal fourth-quarter sales.
iPhone Pro detailed: triple back cameras for wide-angle photo/video, on-board AirPods charging, multi-angle Face ID that work flat on a table, improved waterproofing & shatter resistance, new matrix chip, matte backs, more https://t.co/x7Z5Lb66qk— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) August 22, 2019
Above all, the real test will come in the crucial holiday season. That’s when the company is banking on a combination of new hardware, software and services to drive revenue higher, following a huge miss at the end of last year.
Refreshed versions of the iPad Pro is also coming in 2019
Seems like, we will see upgraded cameras and faster chips, an entry-level iPad with a larger screen, new versions of the Apple Watch, and the first revamp to the MacBook Pro laptop in three years, the people told Bloomberg.
Similarly, updates to key audio accessories, including AirPods and the HomePod speaker, are in the works, too, these people added.
Most noteworthy, beyond these unannounced products, Apple is gearing up to launch a refreshed Mac Pro and its accompanying monitor, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, and Apple Watch software updates, as well as its Apple TV+ video and Apple Arcade gaming subscription services.